Common Workplace Time Wasters

It may come to no surprise but there are many activities employees do throughout their work day that waste time. While some workplace time wasters can be difficult to control, such as long meetings or technological failures, some of the biggest culprits include surfing the Internet and social media sites, personal phone calls and e-mails…

The new era: Telecommuting

According to the Canadian Business Journal (2014) “70% of millennial workers would rather telecommute than come to the office” and “Gen-Y employees say telecommuting increases job satisfaction”. Telecommuting means working from home, whether occasionally or permanently, by making use of the company’s network, email and resources via a remote VPN connection. What is all the…

The Art of Delegation

Delegation doesn’t have to be scary. If done well, delegating is an indispensable tool for managers which allows more time to focus on big picture items. By not delegating, managers can even hinder their own advancement within the company. Here are the steps on how to delegate effectively: Analyze current tasks Start by analyzing your…

A quick guide to effective meetings

We can probably all agree that meetings take up a lot of time at work that can be best spent by actually working. Meetings are often unproductive, but why? Isn’t the purpose of meetings to foster communication, generate new ideas and come together to achieve common goals? Here are some very useful tips to increase…

Let's Talk Leadership with Anthony Calvillo & Michael Newton

Anthony Calvillo & Fuller Landau’s Michael Newton invite you to a morning of leadership experience and discussion! Schedule: 7:45am – 8:15am arrival and Continental breakfast 8:15am – 10:15am presentations Dates: Friday, January 30th – limited to 35 attendees Friday February 20th – limited to 100 attendees Location: Caf ’Conc’ at Marriott Château Champlain/Place du Canada…